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Though even temporary appointments for high-ranking posts are usually filled by Senate-confirmed officials, the Constitution does not require it, a law enforcement official said. [Read More]
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The State of Maryland is expected to ask a federal judge to declare that by law, the deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, is the... [Read More]
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The acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, once espoused the view that the courts "are supposed to be the inferior branch" and criticized the Supreme Court's... [Read More]
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The acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, once espoused the view that the courts ''are supposed to be the inferior branch'' and criticized the Supreme Court's... [Read More]
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The newly installed head of the Justice Department, Matthew G. Whitaker, espoused views that a constitutional scholar called "internally contradictory" and "ignorant." [Read More]
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Washington The acting attorney general, Matthew G. Whitaker, once espoused the view that the courts "are supposed to be the inferior branch" and criticized the... [Read More]
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The new acting attorney general, Matthew G. Whitaker, has openly criticized the special counsel investigation. He now oversees it. [Read More]
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The analysts are seeking to draw attention to the option of sending a grand jury report to Congress, which they called "a key precedent." [Read More]
Senate Democrats and their allies accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Friday of misleading the Judiciary Committee, saying he dissembled in testimony about crucial issues ranging... [Read More]
Senate Democrats and their allies accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh on Friday of misleading the Judiciary Committee, saying he dissembled in testimony about crucial issues ranging... [Read More]
Four days of Supreme Court confirmation hearings ended Friday the way they began: With fierce partisan divisions over Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh. [Read More]
The disclosure Thursday of dozens of previously secret emails involving Judge Brett Kavanaugh provoked pointed new questions on the third day of his Supreme Court... [Read More]
The disclosure Thursday of dozens of previously secret emails involving Judge Brett Kavanaugh provoked pointed new questions on the third day of his Supreme Court... [Read More]
The disclosure on Thursday of dozens of previously secret e-mails involving Judge Brett Kavanaugh provoked pointed new questions on the third day of his Supreme... [Read More]
In documents that date back to his time in the George W. Bush administration, Kavanaugh, then a White House aide, seemed to raise doubts about... [Read More]
Democrats pressed him to explain fresh disclosures on abortion rights, affirmative action... [Read More]
President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, faces his third day of confirmation hearings on Thursday. [Read More]
As a White House lawyer in the Bush administration, Judge Brett Kavanaugh challenged the accuracy of deeming the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade abortion... [Read More]
Citing undisclosed emails, Senator Patrick J. Leahy questioned Judge Brett Kavanaugh's claim that he knew nothing about stolen Democratic computer files and a warrantless surveillance... [Read More]
Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to present himself and answer questions from lawmakers. Here's what to watch. [Read More]
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